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... i.e., Sabbath, literally a "ceasing". It is a rest from work, or a break, often lasting from two months to a year. The concept of sabbatical has a source in shmita, described several places in the Bible where there is a commandment to desist from working the fields in the seventh year. Therefore, in the strict sense, a sabbatical lasts a year. Today, a Sabbatical is a time away from work to study, write, and/or travel. This is the path we embark upon. After about 40 ...
... match carried out using the printed word, with some letters up to 12 feet tall. “BELIEVE EVERYTHING” in larger-than-life lettering fills one side, while “FORGET EVERYTHING” bellows from the adjacent wall. Even the escalators are dressed with the phrases “WHOSE POWER,” “WHOSE BODY” and “WHOSE BELIEF,” which overlap in intersecting lines. This collection of language — at once provoking, ...
... for her to kick back for a while and rest
We did a big loop around and saw lots of gov’t buildings,
and passed by the Thomas Jefferson memorial before stopping at the Lincoln
Memorial. Both Eugene and I were very keen to see Lincoln as he is something of
a celebrity to we non Americans.
There are a lot of step at the Lincoln memorial, it looked
like hundreds at least, and Sam was not keen to ...
... in the dome. It was under restoration but you could still see the majority of them. They were beautiful. Someday, I just know my Mom's art work will be admired somewhere like that. After the capitol we drove to Ford's theater.
One of the key events in Mr. Dehning's life that set him off on the path of being a history teacher was when he visited Ford's theater as a child back in 1812. Just kidding... about the 1812 bit... ;) ...
... exhibit was pretty neat too. And Matthew got fascinated with the Amelia Earheart tragedy and I spent a solid 20 minutes explaining the whole thing to him, including a lengthy description about the mystery of her disappearance. This kid just likes anything to do with disasters,
Overall, this museum scored much higher marks than any of the others. Still, afterwards, it was time for the true highlight of the day - a swim in the hotel pool. (*sigh*)